Posts Tagged ‘concert promotion

18
Apr
19

International Journal of Music Business Research – April 2019, vol. 8, no. 1

The April issue 2019 of the International Journal of Music Business Research (IJMBR) opens with the article “Digital enabled experience – the listening experience in music streaming”. Bård Tronvoll, Professor of Marketing at the Business School of Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, analyses the drivers as well as the outcomes of music listening on streaming platforms such as Spotify.

The second article – “An analysis of ticket pricing in the primary and secondary concert marketplace” – by Terrance Tompkins of Hofstra University in New York City is a literature survey on the factors that impact the pricing of concert tickets in primary and secondary markets.

Silvia Donker, who was awarded the best paper in the Young Scholars’ Workshop of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days 2018, contributes the third article of this issue. “Networking data. A network analysis of Spotify’s socio-technical related artist network” provides a case study on Spotify’s related artist network of the Dutch drum & bass band Noisia.

This issue rounds up with a book review of “The Music Business and Digital Impacts. Innovations and Disruptions in the Music Industries” by Daniel Nordgård, published as the first volume in the Music Business Research series of Springer Publishing.

 

Volume 8, no 1, April 2019

Editorial by Peter Tschmuck, pp. 4-5

Bård Tronvoll: Digital enabled experience – listening experience in music streaming, pp. 6-38

Terrance Tompkins: An analysis of ticket pricing in the primary and secondary concert marketplace, pp. 39-66

Silvia Donker: Networking data. A network analysis of Spotify’s sociotechnical related artist network, pp. 67-101

Book review by Peter Tschmuck: The Music Business and Digital Impacts. Innovations and Disruptions in the Music Industries by Daniel Nordgård, pp. 102-105

 

 

04
Sep
18

Introducing our guests: Ernst L. Hartz (E. L. Hartz Promotion, Bonn)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Ernst L. Hartz is a participant of the panel discussion on “The International Concert and Touring Business” with Jake Beaumont-Nesbitt (International Music Managers Forum, London, UK), Harry Jenner (Frequency Festival, Austria) and Peter Jenner (Sincere Music, London, UK) moderated by Berthold Seliger from 16:15-17:30 in Joseph Haydn-Hall at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Ernst-Ludwig Hartz is promoting concerts and festivals since 40 years. As a local promoter he worked with Rage against the Machine, Pink Floyd, U2, Tine Turner, Michael Jackson, Johnny Cash, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Genesis, Peter Gabriel, Page & Plant, Roxy Music, Coldplay or Eminem to name just a few.

One of his festivals was the Bizarre Festival (1987-2002) – the first big alternative festival in Germany. Bands like the Foo Fighters, Beck, Iggy Pop, Rammstein, die Ärzte, die Toten Hosen, The Chemical Brothers, Korn or Faith No More played at the event.

Since 2012 with his partner Martin Nötzel he has build an open air site in the Beethoventown Bonn-Kunst!Rasen – a 9,000 capacity venue which saw artists like Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Santana, Gov’t Mule, Jan Delay & Disko No 1, BAP, Limp Bizkit, ZAZ or Deichkind. His latest coup were three shows at Roncalliplatz in Cologne(near the cathedral) which saw this summer sold out shows with Van Morrison, Patti Smith and Joan Baez.

 

 

 

26
Oct
11

Ticket Masters – Part 6: The Begin of a New Era – the Ticketmaster-Live Nation Merger

“Ticket Masters. The Rise of the Concert Industry and How the Public Got Scalped” by Dean Budnick and Josh Baron is one the first books that highlight the emergence of the modern concert industry by telling the story of the rise of its main players: Ticketmaster and Live Nation. It gives a deep insight into the processes within the network of concert promoters, ticketing firms and artist agencies and how this network has evolved over the decades.

In the last part of the summary of Budnick’s and Baron’s book the merger of Ticketmaster and Live Nation as well as the emergence of 360 deals are highlighted.

Continue reading ‘Ticket Masters – Part 6: The Begin of a New Era – the Ticketmaster-Live Nation Merger’

06
Oct
11

Ticket Masters – Part 5: SFX Entertainment and the Revolution in the Concert Promotion Business

“Ticket Masters. The Rise of the Concert Industry and How the Public Got Scalped” by Dean Budnick and Josh Baron is one the first books that highlight the emergence of the modern concert industry by telling the story of the rise of its main players: Ticketmaster and Live Nation. It gives a deep insight into the processes within the network of concert promoters, ticketing firms and artist agencies and how this network has evolved over the decades.

Until the mid-1990s the US concert promotion business was dominated by local venues and promoters. This changed dramatically when SFX Entertainment appeared on the scene. In part 5 the rise of SFX Entertainment to the main power of concert promotion and its transformation into Live Nation is summarized.

Continue reading ‘Ticket Masters – Part 5: SFX Entertainment and the Revolution in the Concert Promotion Business’




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